Samsung Galaxy Note X is real, might come with Snapdragon 855 SoC

Samsung Galaxy Note X is real, might come with Snapdragon 855 SoC

The North American variants of the smartphone will likely run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chipset, while other variants are expected to feature Samsung's in-house developed Exynos 9820 chipset. However, what we do know is its developing cameras and sensors beneath the actual screens. What's also worth keeping in mind is that the Galaxy S10 ships with a screen protector pre-installed, so the performance of the fingerprint sensor is slightly affected. According to the latest report, it has been spotted that some users are complaining on Reddit about the accidental touch inputs on their Samsung Galaxy S10.

Yang Byung-Duk, Vice President of Samsung's Mobile Communications R&D Group Display, in a briefing has suggested that for companies to achieve a full-screen smartphone, it will require at least 1-2 years.

Elsewhere, both biometric sensors - the in-screen fingerprint and the facial recognition scanner in the front-facing cameras - are lightning fast to use as unlock methods. "Since the Galaxy S10 is a monumental model, we took on the technological challenge and succeeded".

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It's not the first time when a device is being updated to a certain level to work as a wireless charging pod remotely. Apple is going to include reverse wireless charging tech in its upcoming 2019 iPhones , due to be unveiled this fall.

He added that smartphones Galaxy S10 first got a hole in most OLED panels.

The two-year timeframe given by the company is not a definitive one and it could be years before handsets with under-display front cameras are released.

The Infinity-O Display as taken one of Samsung's biggest strengths - its screens - and enhanced then through the holepunch camera that sits in the display. Some have experimented with pop-up cameras but Samsung's idea of integrating the necessary equipment into the display seems feels like the right way forward. Infinity-O displays are the full-screen phones which do not have notches or holes. Dubbed Crystal Sound OLED, it would be similar to what was seen on the LG G8 ThinQ and would dispel the need for a physical speaker.

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